Cecil take a look at the director”s cut of the 2003 movie Daredevil.
Mawwaige… is what brings us here today. Well, that and talking about how totally fantastic Evie is, the dearth of happily married movie couples, and why Ursa loves The Mummy Returns, even though it’s dumb.
In honor of the third anniversary of the Graphic Novel Picture Show, Sybil flagellates herself for the amusement of her fans by reviewing both installments of the short-lived Amazing Spider-Man movie series.
Joey tells you what to expect when watching a movie based on a Nicholas Sparks novel, including the likes of A Walk to Remember, The Notebook, Dear John, The Last Song, and the currently playing The Longest Ride.
This time, the Fear Fan tries something completely different, reviewing a sequel out of sequence!
More terrible puns, weird acting choices, the perils of directing, and baby Jedi named Liam! We’ve got it all!
After a three-year cliffhanger, guest star “Spazzmaster” finally teaches Il Neige to embrace his inner Goofy Goober as they sit down to review the first Spongebob movie. Also, there’s time travel.
Giant bugs! Run!
In this editorial, Joey asks if Disney (not Pixar) should really be making animated sequels like the just announced Frozen 2.
Are ya ready Kids? With a new SpongeBob movie out, Joey revisits the first time our friends from Bikini Bottom made the jump to the big screen.
This episode, Ursa is truly… well… enchanted, and she’s talking Disney, cynicism, magic, and why reference jokes do not a good film make. Plus, Amy Adams holds a live fish in her mouth while talking to Ariel.
In this episode, Cecil reviews the awesome ’90s action flick One Man’s Justice.
One of the best and sadly overlooked horror films of all time. This is not just a classic horror film; this is a classic film.
Joey finally looks at an anime film: the revered classic from the ’80s that arguably made anime popular in the west.
What does Ursa think of The Phantom Menace? Why are the Star Wars prequels in a Stuff You Like episode at all? What is Moosebutter? What is fandom? Who originated the phrase, “Jar Jar, you’re a genius!” and made me believe it? And exactly what is Darths and Droids? Some of these questions will be answered in this very episode! Some are mysteries for the ages.
A review of the early ’80s action movie Death Hunt.
Cecil takes an in-depth look at what many consider to be the last great John Carpenter film, In the Mouth of Madness.
Riddle me this, Marvel fans: what do Captain America movies tell you about being a man? It’s a friendship and teamwork extravaganza, don’t you know.
Cecil takes an in depth look at the amazing comic book reboot Dredd.
In tribute to the late, great Robin Williams, the DVD Shelf reviews the 1987 comedic war drama Good Morning, Vietnam, which loosely tells the story of Airman Adrian Cronauer, who spent some time as a morning radio DJ over in Vietnam during the mid ’60s and took it upon himself to bring a taste of home to the American soldiers stationed in the country by providing them with lively broadcasts and playing the day’s most popular music.